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ALBUM REVIEW: Maggie Lindemann // PARANOIA EP

The journey has been nothing but transformative for Maggie Lindemann, who has evolved from a social media pop star into a fearless alt-pop sensation.  In anticipation of her debut EP, PARANOIA, Maggie released several singles over the course of last year that were louder, bolder, and edgier than her fans were expecting.  Of course, these tracks went…

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SEE MAGGIE LINDEMANN BRING BACK 2000S HORROR IN “KNIFE UNDER MY PILLOW”

Maggie Lindemann is truly keeping emo alive with her forthcoming EP PARANOIA. Back in 2020, fans were treated to four new songs from the upcoming release including “Scissorhands.” The song, which was released in October, is a nod to the Tim Burtonclassic Edward Scissorhands starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. The cinematic inspiration she took for “Scissorhands” can also be heard in her new song…

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Maggie Lindemann releases Anti-Holiday new single “Loner”

Maggie Lindemann is making waves with her unfiltered and dark pop style. At 22, her 2020 has been busy with the launch of her own podcast swixxzaudio, and four new singles bringing in millions of streams. Last week, she returned to drop her new pop/punk single titled “Loner”.  “Loner” explores a topic all too familiar to everyone in…

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MAGGIE LINDEMANN CHANNELS A TIM BURTON CLASSIC IN “SCISSORHANDS”

Just in time for spooky season, Maggie Lindemann dropped her brand-new single “Scissorhands” for Halloween lovers and music fans alike. Lindemann describes Edward Scissorhands as “one of [her] favorite movies for a long time.” “It’s such a cute, quirky movie, but if you really dig deeper, you realize the struggles he faced with society’s norms and his inability to get too…

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MAGGIE LINDEMANN, SIIICKBRAIN shape their lyrical revenge plot on GASLIGHT!

Maggie Lindemann won’t be contained to one genre. The 22-year-old Dallas-born singer may be most well known for her buzzing pop-punk single “Friends Go” that was later remixed with Travis Barker and the melancholy “Would I,” but she’s now ready to take on heavier sounds. She teamed up with experimental artist Caroline Miner Smith who performs under the moniker Siiickbrain (and fans may recognize…

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